December 19, 2017

Intensive Care Medicine Experimental journal

Access the Top Ten Hottest Articles of 2017

2017 has been an incredible year for cutting-edge basic and translational research! As we bid adieu to this year and welcome 2018, to ensure you’ve not missed anything, we’ve listed some of the hottest OPEN ACCESS articles to appear in Intensive Care Medicine Experimental (ICMx) below:

1) Research ~ Konstantinos Vardas et al. Increased glucocorticoid receptor expression in sepsis is related to heat shock proteins, cytokines, and cortisol and is associated with increased mortality. Original publication: 21 February 2017

2) Research ~ Barbara Cambiaghi et al. Effects of regional perfusion block in healthy and injured lungs. Original publication: 13 October 2017

3) Review ~ Gary F. Nieman et al. Personalising mechanical ventilation according to physiologic parameters to stabilise alveoli and minimise ventilator induced lung injury (VILI). Original publication: 2 February 2017

4) Research ~ Bereketeab Haileselassie et al. Myocardial oxidative stress correlates with left ventricular dysfunction on strain echocardiography in a rodent model of sepsis. Original publication: 12 April 2017

5) Research ~ Tamara Merz et al. Cardiovascular disease and resuscitated septic shock lead to the downregulation of the H2S-producing enzyme cystathionine-γ-lyase in the porcine coronary artery. Original publication: 21 March 2017

6) Research ~ Stuart Gallacher et al. An experimental model to measure the ability of headphones with active noise control to reduce patient’s exposure to noise in an intensive care unit. Original publication: 17 October 2017

7) Research ~ Hendrik J. F. Helmerhorst et al. Hyperoxia provokes a time- and dose-dependent inflammatory response in mechanically ventilated mice, irrespective of tidal volumes. Original publication: 26 May 2017

8) Review ~ Carmen Andrea Pfortmueller et al. Assessment of immune organ dysfunction in critical illness: utility of innate immune response markers. Original publication: 23 October 2017

9) Research ~ Mehdi Zouiouich et al. Automated bedside flow cytometer for mHLA-DR expression measurement: a comparison study with reference protocol. Original publication: 30 August 2017

10) Research ~ Irene T. Schrijver et al. Myeloperoxidase can differentiate between sepsis and non-infectious SIRS and predicts mortality in intensive care patients with SIRS. Original publication: 15 September 2017

Do you have great, high-quality research to rival the above? Feel free to read our submission guidelines and submit your basic and experimental intensive care research here! (ESICM members receive 40% discount on article processing fees!)


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